Among the strange and dangerous mysteries in Ikebukuro one stands out: the urban myth of the Black Rider. Known as a headless monster known to roam the streets on the back of a motorcycle.
High School student Mikado Ryugamine moves to this downtown area of Tokyo, eager to experience the wonders of the big city. With best friend Masaomi as his guide, Mikado soon finds that witnessing the Black Rider was merely the beginning of a kaleidoscope of crazy encounters beyond his wildest dreams.
SPECIAL FEATURES INCLUDE: Clean opening and ending sequences, episodes 12.5 and 25 included.
LANGUAGES ON DISC: English dub and Japanese language track with English subtitles, Songs & Signs subtitle track.
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Durarara feels like one of those special shows that come along once in a blue-moon, containing a great cast of unique and interesting characters, with their stories all intertwining together. The show has a great style, and the blu-ray release only boosts how good the animation looks. If your an anime fan, and particularly if you were a fan of Baccano, then I would definitely recommend picking this up!
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